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AGE EIGHT Special Prices on Local Woman SUCCESS Is a Victim of MARKET Beach Quake St. UTAH HELPER . Specials m BRAZIL NUTS lb GAR DEN TOOLS . . PEANUT CLUSTERS lb. SUGAR PEANUT lb. Tomato Soup, Blue Pine, 4 for m CANDY Other Garden Hose at Special Prices Also special prices on Muresco Calsomine, 5 lb. package 49c Helper Furniture & Hardware Co PilONE 3 RETURN DATE FOR INCOME STATEMENT IS EXTENDED Soap Recipe Because of the two weeks national banking holiday, the final date for the filing of state and federal income tax returns has been extended to March 31. Penalties will accrue after that date. BUY HOME AT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CARD PARTY MARCH 21ST The Spring day card party and luncheon of the Helper chamber ot commerce will be held Tuesday evening, March 21 in the Grill cafe banauet rooms, commencing at 8 o'clock. Following the card session a light luncheon will be served. Tickets now are available at the Palace Candy store, Grill cafe, the Castle Rock Merc, and O. P. Skaggs stores, and all who may possibly do so are urged to attend. BUY AT HOME Ronald Gardner was a visitor over Saturday and Sunday In the state capital. Eggs At this season of the year eggs are naturally very cheap, in some Instances so cheap that you would question their freshness. We have bought from some reliable people a large quantity of fresh eggs which we can guarantee to you. They will be on sale Saturday at 12c a dozen. White King During the past winter many of the frugal housewives have saved scraps of bacon rinds and refuse grease. With a little extra effort these savings may be converted into a useable grade of soap, Following is a recipe which is recommended by the extension service of the Utah State Agricultural college: Into an iron kettle pour two gallons of water. Then empty three cans of lye into it Let cool for an hour or longer; place on the stove and add 15 pounds of meat scraps. Boil this mixture until all of the meat particles are dissolved. During this process add about two gallons of water from time to time to keep the material from boiling over. After the meat is dissolved set the vessel aside to cool until the next day. As the liquid cools a white crust substance and a brown jelly-lik- e will form on the surface. Skim this off, leaving the sediment in the bottom. Throw the sediment away, wash the vessel, then place the material back into the kettle and boil for two hours. Add hot r boiling water until the soap be comes the consistency of a thicK honey when dropped from a stick. Be careful not to add too much water. The soap Is now ready to pour into moulds or boxes. Covering it while cooling adds to its quality. The soap may also be left to cool in the vessel in which it was made. After solidifying it may be cut into desirable sizes. Do not use aluminum utensils. An iron kettle is preferable as a strong lye solution will attack copexper, zinc and tin to a certain tent, the extension service warns. BUY (Kite Free) This TWENTY-SEVE- 12c a can. Toilet Paper Large rolls of extra good sue paper, a thousand sheets to the roll, will sell Sat. at 6c a roll. tis- In the Market Fish You may get a choice piece of salmon or halibut to bake or to fry at a very reasonable price today and tomorrow Silver Smelts also. STORES FOOO SI Ki TV OK PURITY" lb AT AT 25c lSe 10c 52c lb. Kiee Free) 19C Solid pack, 2'3 cans 9C VINEGAR 17c Quart bottle HEINZ PICKLES, sweet, sour, dill, sweet mustard and chow chow ut. bottle TOMATO SOUP can MACARONI, lb. box POTATO Chips 37C 5e J7C TRAP-SHOOTIN- G one-hal- lb f 4 Dozen Butter Cookies (1 Shredded lie 25C Wheat Free) PANCAKE Flour 9-l- sack .... 49C ALL, GARDEN SEEDS KINDS OF FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES u. s. INSPECTED MEATS POT ROAST PORK ROAST HOME WEINERS 2 lbs n fQrt W i4c Mountain Brand, Morrels, Pride HOME BACON whole or half, lb. BACON, sliced 2 lbs VEAL POT ROAST, lb PORK CHOPS 2 lbs Don't Get Up Nights Make This 25c Test You need a bladder physic to drive out impurities and excessive acids that cause Irritation, burning and frequent desire. Get a 25c test box of BUKETS, the bladder physic, from any drug store. After four days if not relieved of getting up nights go back and get your containing bu-- j money. chu leaves, oil, etc., acts on the bladder similar to castor oil on the bowels. If you are bothered with backache, or leg pains arising from bladder disorders you are yt bound to feel better after this; and you get your rogu- cleansing L Kokl DV H lar sleep 4Aa W rffl vV 2Q 10c BU-KET- .emira. MEAT and GROCERY j Pharmacy J s "Quality First" HELPER ftgv flavors,, 3 for I 2 ft Peanut Butter Mb. jar M Catsup, Del Monte, 2 for ...... ' Potatoes, fancy local, 100 lbs Soda Crackers V caddie 3-l- BROOMS high quality, ea. C& Tomato Juice Del Monte, can .... Creme Oil Soap 4 bars QfV t'T.UI son in the navy, stationed at San Pedro. Immediately following the first shocks, the son hurried to the home of his mother in Long Beach, only to find her lying dead on the floor. Word received here did not advise whether it was thru injury or heart failure. Mrs. Black In Long Beach Mrs. G. E. Black, wife of George Black of Martin, is in Long Beach for the winter where Vonda, her daughter, is attending school. Mrs. Black, in writing of the quake, states it occured just as supper was being prepared. They were standing in the center of the room when a noise occured resembling a falling plane, then increasing in intensity. Simultaneously the floor began to rock and sway and they realized the noise was the crashing of buildings and falling of walls. They staggered across the floor and sat down on the davenport un til the first shocks had subsided. Mrs. Black reports broken dishes, falling plaster and loosening of the doorstep as injury to her home. Miss Vonda was a student at the high Long Beach Polytechnic school which was completely destroyed. 4 Art - FANCY U. S. INSPECTED MEATS Pork Roasts good cuts, lb JQg Pot Roasts steer beef, lb 4 BACON lCf Frankfurters Veal Roasts Milk fed veal, lb. of Lamb spring lamb, lb... Leg BUY 4 Aft Workmens Merc reEngineer J. R. Houtz, who serious a operaunderwent cently tion in Salida hospital is reported improving rapidly. Switchman J. W. Sims, who has been receiving treatment in a Salt Lake City hospital during the past two weeks is reported as improving. Conductor C. C. Wallm, formerly in charge of the Spring Canyon branch mine run, has recently been assigned to the Sunnyside run. Conductor J. L. O'Brien, formerly on the Sunnyside run has been assigned to pool freight service between Helper and Grand Junction. Conductor O. W. Daly, formerly on the Castle Gate district mine run, has been assigned to local freight service between Salt Lake City and Ogden. Roadmaster O. M. Flatberg is spending a day or two in Salt Lake City on company business, and will make an inspection trip over the San Pete Valley branch before returning to Helper. Engineer Dean Tilton, formerly in hill helper service, has been assigned to the Sunnyside run. W. D. Ryan, general chairman Brotherhood of Railway Clerks, visited with members in Helper and Price Friday, going to Salt Lake Saturday, where a special A meeting was held on Sunday. number of the members from Helper attended the meeting. Signal Engineer W. G. (Happy) Gellinger has been quite busy in the Helper territory recently, going over the automatic block signals with Maintainers Bogus and Maynard. An orchid to the night round house foreman and his wideawake force. (With apologies to Walter W.) A. R. T. Inspector N. C. Cole- man has just purchased a new and is suffering from loss of sleep, due to trying to keep up with his work and keep the new TUNA FISH FLAKES Medium Flat Tins, 2 for STARCHES Gloss or Corn, each - Friday - March CATSUP, Pure Tomato Tv anllnn - 200 9 530 - SUGAR 10'bound bag PEANUTS, Virginia Jumbo l'er pouna NAVY BEANS 3 pounds for LIMA BEANS Nice and white, 2 lbs CORN MEAL Italian Style, yellou-- , JQ0 100 150 220 per bag COFFEE, Folgers, Shasta 4g WHITE KING 90 70 Pfr tittund Large package, each CORNFLAKES Medium size, package 10c Vz Qg Pint Jflg $1.80 (Very economical for cleaning woodwork, etc.) Coffee, Schillings, Hill Bros., 4 lbs... mm Coffee, Blue Pine 4a f 7 Sperry's Pancake Flour JT 4 mjL r 404 Corn, Kitchen King 3 large cans fpA White King, large pkg (Kite Free) Q4 Flour, Tip Top Brand, 48 lbs lT OLIVE OIL Pure Italian Imported, per gallon BANANAS, Ripe and Firm JQg FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT JJg 3 pounds for Solid and Juicy, 2 for OIL CLOTH Many pretty patterns, per yard Boys and Girls Oxfords LEG OF LAMB Young and fat, per pound 7 Cfill Our famous make, per pound Gesundheit Malt can (One Fancy Tumbler Free) J7T PORK SAUSAGE BEEF POT ROAST Catsup, Gallon tins, can lid 33 Y Cut from choice steers, per pound A Very Good Salad Oil, gallon Hewlett jam, all tin flavors, ftQA Best cuts, per pound 3lY Nice and meaty, 2 pounds for Lady Jane Syrup lQA 7T Whole or half, per pound CAfi Half-gallo- n Dill Pickles VC 5tt qt. jars Hams, Picnic 3y . LAMB CHOPS PURITAN Skinned Hams BACON ( a fine flavored quality) BOILED HAM aj Haras, Mission, whole or half, lb VEAL POT ROAST By the piece IN THE MARKET gkU 130 900 One lot, while they last, per pair IN OUR MEAT MARKET FOR THE FINEST MEATS OBTAINABLE pm b. JQg Jflg 9 CLEANSER, Crystal White 3 cans for Macaroni, Spaghetti Pkg - Yellow Bantam, 2 for 17-1- 8 can Best quality, machine sliced, per pound ... LARD, Puritan Pure Leaf 140 100 110 120 290 150 110 240 690 7 The finest made, cuts, lb qu oy Beef Pot Koast best cuts, lb purf Pbone us or leave your order at the store and we will deliver to your door. Phone 35 The Store of Quality and We Give Junior Thrift Certificates lb. Pork Roast, lean iy Bacon7 lean, sliced 2 lbs. fftA fi Cheese, full cream "fCrf 5r Gr lb Bacon, whole or half lb ICri Vr Weiners 2 ltm Fn-h- Ground Hamburger and Pure Pork age, 2 lbs Phone 303 Home-Owne- Sail- - d. Castle Rock Store Co. g i' We Deliver UTAH HELPER SCOFIELD liELIEF BEING HANDLED IN NICE SHAPE Veal Pot Roast pail 7T ribs. Whipping Cream Half pint Fancy Fat Hens 4 Per pound CORN, Del Maize and Saturday 1 BUTTER, Fresh Creamery Nice and juicy, per dozen "A Home Concern Independently Owned" Success D&RG Notes 250 220 80 2 for ORANGES, Large Size Carnation and Sperry's Wheat and Oat XOlf Flakes, pkg Marke t s PINEAPPLE, Sliced Best Foods, Peaches, Pears, Apricots and Amu Grapes qt. can T poli.shud. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MARCH 17 AND 18 and economy. Buy your wants at our store for quality be convinced. and us We can save you money Try SALAD DRESSING Fancy Hens, Springers Fresh Fish car Patrick Day Sale LARGE SIZE b. 4 TLft AT HOME Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Migliaccio of Provo, accompanied by the former's sister Elizabeth Migliaccio of Price, left Saturday night for a few months visit to Chicago and Florida. JQ VEAL CHOPS 2 lbs Onion Sets, white yellow, 2lbs. . TOMATOES the they may get practice for also band contest at Price. They will try out students for drum major. j ,--'a z. The Helper school band soon will Beef roasts cut from the hind quarter, rump, round or loin will sell for 10c lb. Sat. Stewing meat, 5c lb. to 8c lb. DM SKAGGS SHRIMPS can M. J. B. Coffee ('t JELLO, all sliced, 2 lbs (Easter Basket Free) start to march on the streets that BUY prices. b. MARKSMEN BUY Roasts reasonable family at lb. Chickens, 9c a of price veal, cheese, etc. at very low cans PEANUT Butter can 2 evening In the council chambers, 27 trap enthusiasts joined the newly formed skeet club, with Paul Shaffer chosen as club manager; J. F. Hunter, treasurer, and D. K. Downey, secretary. The traps and clay pigeons have been ordered, and while location of a site for the shooting grounds still is to be decided upon, it is thought probable it will be in the vicinity of the old rule range easi of the tracks. Charter membership will be closed Saturday evening of this week and those wishing to join after that date will be required to pay a small membership fee. tall can of delicious siloed pineapple will sell Sat. at the SALAD FISH At the organization meeting of the local skeet club held Monday A - Saturday March 17-1-8 ORGANIZATION Pineapple A picnic ham just about the size you want will provide a nice bit of meat for your Specials!! Friday g HOME Mrs. N. E. King received word from her sister in Los Angeles, Aura King, that she and the family escaped injury during the recent earthquake in that vicinity. HOME N JOIN NEW AT BUY Sportsmen Organize popular granulated soap washes everything and makes your washday easier. Use it in a basin, tub, dish-pa- n any place where there is dirt and watch the results. Only 29c Sat with a fre kite for kiddies. Picnic Hams AT Egs, large si:c, strictly fresh 2 dozen COUNTRY CLUB OUTLINES PLANS FOR ACTIVE SEASON The Carbon country club now is making plans for one of the most active seasons in the history of the organization, with a big opening dance planned to be held just as soon as the club rooms can be rennovated. At the recent election of officers held, the same group of men were renamed to direct the clubs activities for this year: President, Mat Gilmour: secretary. George H. Warren; directors, Mr. Gilmour, and C. R. Fergusson of Price, Dr. Roy Robinson of Kenilworth, Dr. W. C. Walker of Consumers. Dr. W. T. Elliott and Jack Vignetto of Helper, R. R. Fitzpatrick, Stan- dardville, and Dr. E. V. Long of Castle Gate. Elmer Young was chosen as club manager. Mrs. Birchard had been living in Long Beach and had another bottles 2 SPECIAL the earthquake. Bread and Butter Pickels Best Foods C PALACE Special at $2.98 A3V R. E. Birchard of Standardville this week received word of the death of his mother, Mrs. Phoebe Birchard, in Long Beach during Complete Line of EASTER GOODS ft. of 3 ply Corrugated Hose Etf CLOROX quart bottles THIS WEEK 50 March 16, 1933 Helper, Carbon County, Utah, Thursday, THE HELPER JOURNAL WANT ADS House cleaning, window cleaning, Following a visit of the county etc. Ask for SCOWCROFT. commissioners to Scofield Sunday, relief work in that vicinity now is YOUNG married couple, be your being handled in a very satisfacown boss; we train you; car Comto manner, according tory necessary; special work. Write C. R. missioner F.ihring. There BOX 6.r), American Fork, Utah. had been some little misunder-- , in to which as the way standing the funds were to be handled, but LOST -- Fender mud flap, decorated with three red buttons; small this now has been straightened out reward. WILLIAM MURFHY, according to Commissioner Fahr-- ! Avalon Hotel. ing.